Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOURTEEN I'KIIMY, iNOVKMISKK 1M, -at New Things" t AYc liavc been so busy Hie pnsl week that our advertising has been nej-lected. However, we take time enous-h today to tell you briefly 01 a tew of the new things just out of the boxes. These, together with many Xmas novelties will he on display for the first time tomorrow. AH the New Colorings in Siks, yard Including Apricot. Xectar. Midnight Blue, Paddy. Rose. Etc. 500 Leather Hand Bags to Pin Seal. Morocco. Coat and Other Serviceable Leathers. worse of llmiov and announced that he was a .Montana bank robber. The police are taking him at his word and had caused a nervous breakdown him in the cells. Thursday fitter working him a considerable time, and having restored him to a con- sciousness'of bis position, they wore further surprised when Munncker dor of Albert Wing, a the death penalty In the yard of the jail here at S o'clock this morning, i lie only years of age. Oi't-j sue the jail gales Lupine's aged] mother, who bad tried in vain to sain j admittance all night. sisted that he-was :be man who rob- bed tbe bank at St.. Mary's. Kansas, on .Inly 5th last. The po'.lco ot that to'v-i were wired and today received renly -Ivina a description.of Mini- neke'r." which" the local officers de- clare is exact, and be will be held lor further instructions. !CITY AXD DISTRICT t Materials Suitable for Evening Gowns George" Crept Crepe de Chenes. Tissue, Grenadines 5 Fancy Ribbons of Every Description A Brand New Stock Ready for Saturday. Selling 35c to ?1.00. Fancy. Towels and Towel Setts Suitable "tor Christmas Gifts, ill Neatly Boxed. A Splendid Showing of Ladies' Coats For Tomorrow we will show 100 choice tweed and plush coats, that for style and value cannot be.equalled anywhere ill be c.tj. SinVh famous makers as Princess. Wintex and Lady Gordon Gar- sent us along their newest creations. The prices are Tessonabl, In Calgary City Magistrate Elton is in Calgary today on business. bitterly! jM.i.i.M.ig alone among a crowd of at Imst Tim execution, which was rerfonned by Arthur Kills, passed wiil'.oiit incident liiul quest was out The body nftor tiu> iven to the boy's mother. L1GHTKEEPER PATRIOTIC j Sale of Flowers Grin" Dollars Thousand.; Visited Mine Property K K lias returned iron to the' iirnnertv of the Spokane-; Rtlmonton Minins Co. at Orovillc.1 Wash. lesson in practical pa- triotism is contained in a report which has Just heea received ny tbe Minister of Marine and Fisheries trorn Vancouver. The Marine departmont maintains a lichthouse on tbe edge of Stanley Hark. Vancouver, in charge I of a' veteran L'ngllahman named O. Jones. The liuhtkeepcr has taken a I the keenest possible interest in thij Th" Famous "Knox" Silk Blouses We are Sole Agents for These Chicago Waists iu This City. Save From 50c to on Children's Shoes Sizes 7 to 10 Only. All High Grade Shoes. Ladies' Shoes at Exactly Half Price Button or Lace. All Leathers. Sizes 3'to 4% Only, Rylands The "Busy Store" on the Busy Corner AUCTION SALE Tomorrow Night-Saturday AT 7.30 SHARP At W. L. Wilson's Auction Rooms In K. of P. Hall. Balance of the stock of the Cash Store, consisting of Dry Goods, Sweaters, Toques, Boots and Shoes, Smallwiares, etc. _ Resigns Office .7. A. Lindsay, of Vu'.can. has signed from tlie office of game s dian. Enchant Man Wounded Driver G. .laycock, of Enchant, is listed in tcdays casualties as wounded. He enlisted with the 20m Battery. Claims Interest In Supreme Court today the whole time of the morning session was tak- ei un with a hearing of. the case o. Otraschank vs. Krrmesz, in which t.ie plaintiff claims a half interest in a crop sown by him on tbe lands of the defendant near Ke-.iex. Alta. turned soldiers, he desired to con- tribute. Not havi-.s the means to out of his small salary, he set about getting more. He and. cultivated tlowera oil the little bit ol land around the lichtr.ee-er's cottage, sold them to tourists-ami others pass- throuch the park, and t'lrncrt over to" the fund sl.iB.i. an amount far in excess of his salary. SEE BY NEW LIGHT WITHOUT BEING SEcN The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Block Buy Your Outer Garments Here Tomorrow 'THElMOST ATTRACTIVE VARIETY OF SUITS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES WE HAVE HAD TO SHOW THIS ING MANY NEW ARRIVALS THIS WEEK THAT YOU SEEN BEFORE AND SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICES PREVAIL ON MANY LEADING LINES AS AN ADDED INCENTIVE TO ICAI, WOMEN WHO WANT SMARTEST STYLES AT MODERATE COST. SUITS COATS Worth up to .Many new garments added to (bis bargain lot for tomorrow's selling. Maltini! It the finest snowing you will see anywhere, price. All garments shown are now Ibis season. Materials are of excellent quality and -sizes include small, medium and ex- tra large w.imeii's. Children's Nazareth. Jean and fleeced. Sizes '1 to 12 years. Fleered Sleepers Trsc and S5c Sizes 2 to 10 years. Splendid cosy and warm. Corset Sale Now style Kariuenis. Special value. Sizes tip 'n Regular value. Front or back adjustment. Plain or em- broiilerv trimmed. SILK DRESSES Worth up to Splendid new style gannonls in inessaHhes and taffetas.-Col- ors Russian green, navy, Copen- hagen, die. Small, medium anil large sizes. A wide variety of si vies and only ono or iwo of a kind. Tiils is a remarkable, offer, the finished garment costing you no more than the material alonu. Muskrat Coats If. and itO inches long. Plush Coats Very latest styles. and Ijii'.oO Fur Sets Big variety ot matched sets in wolf, fox. Hudson seal, leo- pard. Iceland to f-rS.Ort Striped IVeMe, inch clolli. Firm and splen- did weight. Special value. C'ashmere Hose 75c Ladies silk's to ID in. nlnr and O. S. sizes. drey heel and toe. Wool Lined Gloves Grey and tan mocha, two domes at wrist. Very warm. Dresden'Ribbons 50c Beautiful coloring. Worth up to flOc. Special tomorrow. Rome._slgnor Citllio Ulivi. the in- i veirtor ol- P.roys, was badly injured ,jn sometime rccovcrpd many j- milita detect objects ill the darkness "Evancc'istic Services Evangelist? Barton spoke last even-; their ing in Westminster church, on tne- The new invention is known "Drifting tbe address was' .-scolQscopia-' meaning vision in dark founded on a personal experience 01 consists of a searchlight the evangelist when crossing the At-1 ,nin, invisible ravs which illura- render the observer. Scoteoscopic Ottawa. Nov. new scheme j icsigned to encourage small savings j IUH the invisible infra red waves be- j Thomas White for approval when he yoiid the red band of the spectrum to returns from England early in Decem- ber s JEAN BLEWETT'S ADVICE TO AUTUMN BRIDES lantic. Mr. Barton said: People- are seldom bad because they aim at wickedness, but because they do not aim at coodcess. -Mr. Barton speaks, tonight ou Black. ee UGing or Grey.'1 Song service at 7.4o. I or rather Scotographs of objects in darl-ir.ess can be taken I and enlarged so that enemy coasts During early Autumn, the news- Irate distant objects and render crs phronicle a number of "en- them visible only to the observer. in mid-autumn. Thus by means or Scoteoscopic, j> 5tory, to use profes- .varshi'is. are enabled to> sional' lelT.ls. begins with "The mar riage was and later.' at this time of the year, come the after- l 01 in c.ui receptions. When all is said Vag Gets One Month j so that enemy coasts: result is tbe readjust- Jos Rogers, a vag. who blew map'.ed. The invention can; practical life. That from 'south of the line the other day. te used ou land and sea as as and has been himself by..the air. so that it will be fo-.-.nd most Surelv no Canadian more beseiM on the streets., was'takfen in useful in waging war, against sub-i and a trifle sentiroen- idealistir, (aye, the city police yesterday in '.the qjaeace against; Joan Blcwett. Hence, when -this morning7 aunearetl before Supt.1 Penneiather. He was sentenced to one month at hard labor. Attending Conc-ress Among those attending tbe social service congress at Calgary from Lethbridge are-Rev. G. H. Cobbledick and E. R. J- Forster from Wesley author 0( "Songs oi a -church, Rev. W. F. Burns llas fceen on service for morel Knox. than a year as a Red Cross Chauffeur I the" Anglo-American Ambulance; Missionary Made in Canada Printed in Lethbridge CHRISTMAS GREETING YOU CAN HAVE YOUR OWN GREETINGS PRINTED ON YOUR CARDS IF YOU GET THEM AT' THE HERALD JOB DEPT. whv some designing. n- ou to everv ounce of has'endowed him with, and make dollar of cash we waste him over into a first class fainily much caui-al drawn out and! man. Things will not be as idiverter Tlie wife is a working part-j as she expected; indeed, see to it that the right party nut the herself at rare intervals wonder- the many cuto wall cupboards and closets, put. a niche where she conltl safely hije a few crumpled Illusions. But there are compensations worth W. U. WILSON, AUCTIONEER 'NO-RESERVE TERMS CASH So I called bim a fool, a fool. ried life is a proud and happy one, as a rule, hut a hard one. She lias to Jit herself to her duties, le-iru -.-ell-dependence, practise se'.Menial. platform meetings will be held when; tbe pastor, will be assisted by some I of the prominent laymen, who will al- -owl here's hi, dog by his empty bed. and to A he's dead. Somewhere in France, they say: v.-ith "uiij rapturo of song and sun.j jiven to contributors show the! I cor.t'ribiidons of Canadian Methodism; for missionary v.-ork alone last year: I the ill the history of tbe ichnreh by J3.873.00 and IncreaDej lover the precetline year ol ,jf h but lUegun, ilhe total raised being S33P.13S.CO. many fields un- supplied through the enlistment of I missionaries for military service. 'Carrion-cold out there. row: RUMANIA'ST.OYALNLTRSES. I Look at. his ?.1I in a Surely a hinL of fame. Now he's finished with, nothing to show: Doesn'f it seem a shame? Look From thn window! All you see Was to be his one day; Forest and l'i-rrow. lawn ami lea, And he goes and it away. ,-t fo fi-ft in the dark. Somebody saw him fall, t ot him ini-'l. nari of him blood, The of not at all. And yet I'll liot he never afraid, And he went as ihc best nf 'ftm ?o, For liis hand war, clcnshcrl on his broken hlnde. And hU fE.te was turned to the Toe. At the EMPKFSS- OTICE! The Shoemakers and Shoe Re- pairers of Lethbridge Have'decided to placo.the New Schedule of shoe ropuirino- prices before the public. 1 ho, niiso in prices is due to the fact that, sole er. which is the chief commodity used has since the out an average of 75 per whila riv.ots, shoe thread and tools have advanced from 50 to 150 per cent. And 1 called him a fool how blind She Mixed Sulphur With It to Restore Color, Gloss, Youthfulnsss. Common garden sage brewed into a ireavy tea with sulpimr added, will turn" gray, stroakeil and faded hair lieaiitifully dark and luxrirlant. .lust a row applications will prove a revela- tion if your hair is failing, streaked or gray. Mixing the Sage Tea and Sul- soldier.who is unable to his hands. r -recipe at homo, though, is iVouhtei-bme. An. easier way Is to get Oil Hie cuo of my grief's ahrlm! la bottle of WyetlTs Sage and Will Qlory n' England ever (lie Sulphur Compound at any drug store En lonr'as we've lads like him? I all ready for use. Tills iB the old time So as we've fond and fearless recipe improved by the addition of fools, jollier ingredient. Who. r-purnini; fortune and fame. 7iirn out willi the rallying cry of their schools. Intent, on playini; the game. He more than iroiiiiest part. rliiio wispy, gray, faded bail- is not sinful, we all desire A fool! Ah, no V.-I3C. Be died with the Klory of faith in his And the ?lory of love in bis heart. And.though there's never a grave to .tell. Nor a cross to mark bis fall. Thank God! .wo that he "hatted well" In the lasUsreat Game of all. to retain our youthful appearance and attractive- ness, liy darkening hair with Wynth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, one ran tell, because It does it so naturally. evenly. Yon just, damp- en a sponge or soft hrufih with it and draw thin through your hair, taking one small slreml al a time; by morn- inc all gray hairs have disappeared, and. after another application or two, your I'.air becomes luxuriantly dark, glossy, soft, and luxuriant. This preparation is a delightful toi- let, rciinlfili! and nut inUr.doi! for the cure, mitigation or prevention of dis- in some cases. Loiio; Soles and Rubber Heels, sown Soles and 'Rubber Heels, pegged Hal F Holes and Rubber 'Heels, sewn Hall' Soles and Leather Heels, Hnl F Holes iiiid Leatlier Heels, pegged Half Soles Only, sewn Hall' Soles Only, pegged Heels Only, leather Heels Orilv.. rubber LAMES' J-IiiH' Roles and Rubber Heels, sewn Half Holes and Leather Heels, sewn Hall' Holes and Leather Heels, pegged Half Holes. "Half Boles, pegged Heels -v- 1 Leather Heels, .Boys' Half Soles and Heels Half Soles and Heels 2.00 2.00 .1.85 1.50 1.10 .45 1.25 1.00 1.00 .70 .50 .30 50c up H. G. KILNER 414 13th Street N. J. R. VAN HAARLEM 311 7th Street S. F. MILES, per W. KNOWLDEN 51 i 4iii Avenue 3. E. J. PULLEY 5th Street S. MIKE CARDMON 212 13th Street' S. CHRIS. HALL 913 7th Street S.